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Travel Blogs from Peterborough
... left to fill in the afternoon. Turns out we were right about the appeal, but we did some shopping and were back bi about 4pm.
At shortly after 5:00 we headed to the pub for dinner, which serves an awesome grilled haddock
with chips and mushy peas. Now at 7pm, we are in our room having coffee/tea and winding down.
Off to York tomorrow !
... Arrived in Harrington, where our next overnight stop is, at about 2pm, and our host was gracious enough to let us in early. We unloaded our bags, had a snack, punched in some new spots onto the sat-Nav, and were on our way to scope out some of tomorrows stops. This took a couple of hours including 3 times lost and found. a gas fill-up at about $2.10 / litre, and a purchase or two at ...
Today has been a day of packing, stress, unpacking and re-packing. Finally my bags are full, and the feeling of impending doom has risen tenfold. No doubt I have forgotten something, while writing this I have already placed three extra things in my bag (after sun, nail ...
... that had canal boats coming and going, people fishing on the riverbanks and had a jolly good time.
Ted , Janice and Len joined us and we really enjoyed the food.
Last night I had cooked tea, it was a tin of Confeit of Duck ( I had got it in Calais) for 6 euros). and roast vegies, so the rest of the duck was for lunch and I wish I had bought more tins as it was absolutely delicious. Melvyn enjoyed himself as there was lots of ...
Word of the day: Midgitism - apparently something I suffer from
Challenge of the day: Getting into Asda without going down a one way road the wrong way, oh for a good navigator!!
Friday saw us heading to York via Stamford, Melton Mowbray (made me wish I was on a motor bike the roads were winding and hilly) Grantham, Nottingham & Lincoln where we visited the Lincoln Cathedral a Gothic Cathedral built from 1185 to 1311. Donna ...